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>> jimmy: oh my goodness. look at this. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about right ere. hot, fresh, audience right here. welcome. thank you so much. welcome to "the tonight show." give it up for the roots right there, ladies and gent [ cheers and applause ] well you guys, march madness came to an end last night, with virginiaoming out on top as the number one team. very good.la [ cheers and ae ] yeah, congratulations. that's right, in threeroeeks we went68 all the way down to one. it was just like the staff at the white house. very interesting. [ laughter and applause ] i want to say congrats to the virginia cavaliers. it's the first time they've ever won a national championship. [ cheers and applause ] it's pretty great. after the game, the coach told his players, i love you guys more than anything. and then he looked up, and realized they'd already left for the nba. >> steve: really?
[ laughter ]im >>: wait, but just for a a second he had some of -- of course it was a tough loss for texas tech. and i read that last november, someone in vegas actually bet $1500 on texas tech to win the tournament, which would have given them $300,000. if you want to ask him it, he's currently sitting on the floor of his closet rocking back and forth.ht [ light la ] [ applause ] leave me alone mom! still lives with his mom. [ light laughter ] it was a big game. before tip-off, they tried to psych everybody up by projecting a video on to the court. i don't know if anyone saw is. it's the newest in technology. but man it went on a long time, and it was kind over the top, watch this. ♪ >> steve: oh my goodness. >> jimmy: wow! >> and it's a seven polead. >> jimmy: oh yeah. oh, yeah, yeah. >> steve: there you go. d jimmy: even "game of thrones" was likn, how
long is this opening? [ laughter and applause ] i mean, oh my gosh. well, then after that, ttry uced all of the players, and a lot of people noticed that one kid from texas tech comefrom a hometown with a a pretty interesting name, listen to this. >> at guard 6'3" senior from wakanda illinois. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wakanda is in illinois? [ laughter ] coming this summer, "white panther."pp [ laughter anduse ] "really white panther." "sunburned panther." [ laughter ] let's talk about the democrats. the race for 2020 is already getting cry. as of today, there are 18 democrats running, 18. just one more, and they get their own reality show on tlc, 19 and counting. [ laughter ] i can't wait. it's going to be great. [ applause ] i like the one with the glasses. yeah. light laughter ] well, i saw that bernie sanders is on the campaign trail, and thiseek he's visiting five
battleground states. yep, it's actually bernie's first time on a battle since gettysburg. [ laughter and applause ] it's true. this week alone, bernie is heading to wisconsin, miigan, pennsylvania, indiana, and ohio. the only thing more imve then bernie campaigning in five states is that you actually hear him in ten. [ applause ] "hello, wakanda, illinois." [ laughter ] bernie's got his work cut out for him, 'cause a new poll has joe biden leading the democratic field it's a tricky situation. some experts t nkprriatwithomeno 'sid beat t the othooer democrats, a yet still not inappropriate mp. truoughato be [ cheers and applause ] here's another big political story. today attorney general william barr said that he'll deliver the mueller report to congress within a week. and itl [ light laughter ] and this is nice. he's letting don jr. do all the coloring. n' att is
he's been a good boy. >> steve: that's sweet. >> jimmy: give him the crayons. steve: nice of him. : heimmy ai read that prosecutors want all the parents who pleaded yeah. they'll be forced to live in a a tiny concrete room with a a straer. so at least someone in the family gets to experience dorm life. [ laughter and appuse ]? want any ram there you go. hey guys, the new avengers movie comeout later this month, and the cast -- [ cheers and applause ] well, the cast is doing their best not to give away any spoilers. in fact, chadwick boseman who plays black panther is trying not to talk abouhis role at all.eoplare ke ready to see this movie, they'rng the tickets. it's nuts. i mean how does that feel to know that they lovucthis film so >> it's great, but i'm dead. [ laughter ] so, i can't answer any es ons about that. >> okay, so you don't want to give us a spoiler or anything like that? >> i'm dead. >> what about "black panther two," anything? >> i'm dead. [ laughter and applause ]ee >> jimmy: he saying, "i'm dead."
honestly, it's a great way to get out of things.an hefor example, next time riks fyoy en-- >> i'm dead. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter and applause ] what about when your dentist asks have you been flossing?ju say -- >> i'm dead. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] and of course, the classic, hey pal, can you help me move this weekend? >> i'm dead. j my: there you go. [ laughter ] it works every time, feel free to use it. [ applause ] i'd love to. i would love to. well listen to this, right now n in jone in four adults is a virgin, and sexual inexperience is becoming a a macoer it's so bad when sons ask their da how sex works, the dad dse as]on w"iin hu'opsp hey, i saw this video over the weekend. it really made me laugh. but before i show it to you, o there's a friemine who works here in 30 rock who loves these types of jokes. ladies and gentlemen, please h welcome lestt. hey lester, come on in buddy. [ cheers and applause ] there you go. hey.k you very much. lester, i know you're a busy guy. d know you're a busy guy, but i saw this video, made me
laugh. i think you're going to like it. take a look at this. immy : ♪watc♪h this guy. yep. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i don't have time forhis. [ laughter ] >> this has been, "i don't have time for this with lester hol" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: finally, you guys, a a lot of people are getting very excited for the big "game of thrones" premiere this weekend. [ cheers and applause ] it's been two years since the last season ended, and i think the wait's starting to people. take a look at what happened earlier today. >> tariq: who among us knows the purpose of this meing? >> steve: the host did not say lord black thought. and alas my little birds have told me nothing.
but regrettably, one of my little birds decided to drop a a deuce upon my tunic. ♪ >> jimmy: you may be seated. i have summoned this meeting of the regular sized council to answer one question, and one question only. >> steve: laurel my lord. an answer to your question? i once thought it to be yanny. but in point of fact the voice does say laurel. >> jimmy: i seek the answer to one question, and one question only. how long must we [ bleep ] wait for "game of thrones"? >> steve: a tv show, my lord? >> jimmy: "game of thrones" is no mere tv show lord black thought. it's a way of life.
a hallowed epic cruelly torn from our bosoms by a production hiatus most vile. winter has come and gone, and then winter has come and gone again. and now tis spring, and one thing is clear. shorts weather is coming. so i shall ask one more time. when will "game of thrones" return? >> steve: i've had the same question, my lord. for two years, i've had nothing to watch, nothing to binge, nothing to amuse me, but the memory of my balls. >> i got a question for you. why am i paying more for hbo still? why? >> tariq: the wait indeed has been long. i myself have been forced to watch broadcast. >> and does anyone like "young sheldon?" does anyone like it? like genuinely like it, for real?
when will it -- >> silence! patience my lord. your temper will not hasten the end you seek. e premiere is coming. but until then, we mustn't lose our heads. do you get it? mustn't se our heads. [ light laughter ] yeah. you get it? mustn't lose our heads. [ light laughter ] good, ain't it? funny. >> jimmy: i don't know, i don't get it. no matter higbones, we are no closer to the answer. when will "game of thrones." >> april 14th.
♪ >> jimmy: what's that you say good man? >> final season premieres, april 14th. but have no fear. after the show ends, there will still be books. >> jimmy: mysterious stranger, how do we know that you speak the truth? k >> trust me,w a guy. >> jimmy: the premiere is coming. [ cheers and alae us t our thansean bean and usge r.r. martin. [ cheers and app] we'll be right b tk with more "tonight show," everybody. come on back. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our first guest t tonis written five "new york times" bestsellers and her latest book "le will be the death of me" is out today. please welcome back, our pal chelsea handler. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for coming by the show, we always love when you come by.
>> i love coming here. i love it. >> jimmy: i want to talk about the book. i want to talk about so many things. gre thing i want to talk about, i saw you on ins and i love it. it's a great account to follow t if you like ram. but you made me laugh, who is carl, your ski instructor? >> carl is my 95-year-old ski instruor that i met in park city. when i met him, he was -- well, he was 9when i met him. and then, every day we were together he felt like he was agg a year. and so by the time i left him he was 98 and a half. >> jmy: oh, my goodness. >> but he's very spry and agile as you can tell by the picture.r he's a great s so, of course, i was so turned on by that. i like any man who's in arge of me on a mountain, i don't care if they're 106. no, i become sexually attracted. i'm like, oh my god this man is going to protect me.al i mean, we'vfelt it. the guys in this room have also felt it, okay? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: congrats on the book this is your sixth book? >> this is my sixth book. >> jimmycongratulations.
>> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ife will be the death of me." i was reading the blurbs on the back and trevor ah had a nice blurb, said, the chelsea handler i know is a a take no prisoners activist for the causes she believes in. and the last line says, "hopefully for this blurb she'll let me see the security camera footage of the dogfight in her bedroom." >> yeah. >> jimmy: i just didn't quite understand what that meant. [ laughter ] >> well, there were dogs in my bedroom. it was actual dogs. i had a scue that i hadn't really slept with yet, not that way, obviously. he had spent the night with me. so i put him upstairs with my he two dogs who had been with me for a long time, thinking i was going to keep the new dog. his name was john, for t night i had him. and then i woke up -- i just figure dogs will be dogs. you know? just let it happen, however it's going to happen. i went to bed, or passed out, or blacked out, o remembers. [ laughter ] anyway, when i woke up, the
dogs were on top of ch other. my little dog, tammy, was wrapped around and she was a a third of the size of this dog, jn. and she was wrapped around him like a little anaconda. and i was like, oh, my god. i was in a bra and underwear, which is how i sleep. i tried to separate them. i threw one dog in my closet.r and anotter -- you know, it was like cujo stuff. it was serious. and at 12:30 in the morng, i'm just coming to, and half dressed. and thenhere was blood. and i was like, oh, i was so scared. when i looked down, when i finally had gotten rid of both of the dogs, i had seen they scratched me right next to my nipple and my bra was off. and i thought the only way to reviewhis would be with security cameras from my house and a group of people on mushrooms. so that's what we did. [ laughter ] and my assistant put "rocky" to -- he put the music -- the song "rocky" to it. so it's like - [ singing ] and i look like a courtney lovet running arou living room in the middle of the night. a hot mess. yeah, so, yeah. i'm not very good at parenting dogs, but i
love dogs, and i le them to be in my home. >> jimmy: you have a lot of e, dogs in your lere. there's a couple of photos hereof the dogs. >> that's chunk. chunk is deceased but he was my first born so he was like my first son. and tammy was a harlot and i rescued her, she looked like a a tramp. so i got her. >> jimmy: these are the two new guys. >> bert and bernice. bert is --they're ster, brother. chick and chow. i mean, not chine chicken chow, that's a salad, sorry. chow, they're part chow, part -- what's the other part? rottweiler. so they're brother and sister, and one's a big fat potato and the ote's just kind of a a little bitch. [ laughter ] at's the way dogs are, the big ones -- the boys want to cuddle and snuggle and then the girls are just like, y suck. >> jimmy: yeah. you talk about a lot in this phok. one is the phrasmalogical intuitive. >> yes. >> jimmy: what does that mean? i've never hear that. >> i believe that i know what the right prescription for anybody who wants medication or cannabis or alcoho
tcan look at a person's personality and sas is what you need. you need an edible with this much thc versus this much cb i know if somebody needs to -- i know if somebody needs a , a xanax versus an addera versus a nuvigil, versus an ambien. i'm very well versed in the keole arena. >> jimmy: holy ml. amazing. >> but i do feel passionately about cannabis. i'm coming outnnith my own is line. not yet but in the summer because i feel like we really have to turn our backs on the opioid and the pharmaceutical industry and really just say say screw you to all of them. [ applause ] and focus on the things that are growing out of the ground to help us, that's called marijuana. it helps millions of pple and we all need to get on board. so i'm very passionate about that. >> jimmy: good for you for doing that. [ applause ] i got to tell you, i love all your books. and you've been on -- thank you so much for coming on our show isr your other books, but one really hit me, it really got me.
it basically -- it's very, very funny, obviously, but it goes really deep into you and shows you actually going into psychotherapy. >> yeah, i guess that's the word for it, right? psychotherapy. j my: yeah. >> yes, i went to a a psychiatrist after the election because i couldn't handle what was happening, and my reaction was so out of control, and i was so filled with anger and i didn't want to be in a place where i was just going to react. i wanted to be in a place of action where i could do something and be of use. i di't think i would ever have to visit my own childhood. my brother died when i was a a little gir my mother passed away. i just thought i was tough and i could handle anything. i never thout i had to talk to anybody about it and i was wrong. le order for me -- what i realized after theion, in order for me to really do something meaningful and make a a ntribution instead of ju cashing checks, hosting a late night show, i thought i really have to dig deep and find out what my issues are.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> and i did, i dug deep. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know if i could do that. i'm going to live vicariously through you. you really talk about your brotr in here -- and him passing away. it is like -- unbelievable, m there's y things i'll never forget about you just reading this. but what an inspiration you are whto anyone who's out ther can't afford therapy, just thinking about, oh, this kind of stuff happened in my life too, that i never realized that that was stoppinme from growing past 10 years old or 9 years old. >> yeah. i think it's so important for us all to be talking about the r things thauncomfortable to talk about. okay, the world's a hot mess so let's get honest with each other. and grief -- i've made a career out of oversharing and being loud and obnoxious, so i itought it was my -- this is the perfect opportto turn the page. and to write something of import and say, here's my or i was struggling with all of these things, i know there are millions of people
o have unpacked pain fro their childhood. so if i'm going to make ali ng oversharing, i may as well overshare this stuff instead of showing my boobs y evme i get bored. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you do it but you do it in a funny way. it's a very well done book. ife will be the death of me," is the book. i also want to mention the netflidocumentary. i love the way you make these turns. you're like, i'm just going to do a documentary whenever on a a subject i feel like doing with netflix and release it. something that's a little you have a new one coming out in september. >> september.hi i did one on privilege, my own. because after i had this reassessment, and i just thought, okay, what kind of stuff am i putting out in the world, and i thought i was successful because i was talented.di 't think about the color of my skin or the fact that i grew up with privilege or that just by being white in thi country is a huge privilege. a lot of us don't think about that. and i really opened my eyes when i realized racism isn't dead, women's rights, we haven't hit the glass. nothing happened in the last
couple years to make us believe in allis naive thinking, i was thinking. it feels good to be awake and understand that these are issues that are not going away any time soon. and to be pa of the solution rather than being part the problem. >> jimmy: it comes out in september. [ applause ] >> oh, and i'm going on tour. i'm doing a sit-down comedy tour. >> jimmy: what is a sit-down comedy tour? >> it's when i don't get up, because i'm tired. [ light laughter ] >> i've seen you do standup, you're fantastic. but the sit-down one, is it just you or is it you -- >> it's me being interviewed in different cities.so n new york, natasha lyonne is doing my show. in l.a. it's melissa mccarthy. i'm coming to clearwat florida. that's a new city i found out about. [ laughter ]: >> jimu didn't know about clearwater? it's great. >> i heard about it. t t now i'm going to know ab it. >> jimmy: you're at the orpheum in boston. the 12th you're at the met in philly. 13th washington dc at the warner theater. april 18th, majestic theater in dallas, texas. and april 19th, austin city limits, live at the moody
eater in austin, texas. that's legendary. this is pretty awesome. >> you get book with a a ticket. so if you're coming to the show, you don't buy another book.an or youbut you don't need to, you get a free one. >> jimmy: you get a book. go to livenation.com to get tickets. it's a pleasure having you here. >> thanks jimmy. i love coming here.>> immy: chelsea handler. her new book "life will be the death of me" is out today. justin hartley from "this is us" joins us after tak. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what would i say to somebody keep being you.? keep loving. keep aspiring. keep striving. and ask your doctor about biktarvy. biktarvy is a complete one-pill, once-a-day treatment used for hiv in certain adults.
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>> jimmy: our next guest is one of the stars of "this is us." and you can see him in the new movie "little" which is in theaters on friday. everyone, please welcome justin hartley. us [ cheers and app] ♪ lc >> jimmy: justin, e back. >> thank you very much. always -- always a blast to be here. >> jimmy: i love havin here. >> i love being here. >> jimmy: congrats on the -- the season finale of "this is us." >> thank you. >> jimmy: you can -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: finally stop hiding whatever spoiler -- i don't even know what you can eve say because every time a question gets answered, a new one flips around. you're like, "wait, what?" >> oh, 100 and the worst is when -- when you're filming. so when we start back filming season four and we haven't yred yet -- so we're in, lik know, say we're in episode five or six and so we have a ton of things that we're hiding and ev no episode one has aired yet. that's when it gets really difficult. >> jimmy: yeah, becausikthen you're "what am i even doing right now?" >> i don't know even what
people are talking about. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] u >> it's, likelievable. yeah, and everyone's like, "what's happening here?" and you have so much information. >> jimmy: i know that you e re -- and there's no spoilers for this, but you ive in the show. >> i am. yeah, spoiler aler [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> thank god. well, what happens with me -- >> jimmy: use you never know. >> you never know, which is part of the brilliance of the show. but you start to see on the callheets, like, so and so i going for a mold of their head for their old age make-up thing. and so and so is coming in early for the age make-up thing. and here's another person coming in early for the age -- and i'm not on the thing. i'm not on the list. [ laughter ] e,d i'm like -- >> jimmy: you're lwhy am i not aging? what's happening?" yeah. >> yeah, so my theory was -- i asked dan fogelman, he's lik"w l, this is how kevin ages." you know, i'm like, " that makes sense." [ laughter ] but -- so, no, i am -- i am and so that's good. that means that we can -- >> jimmy: he's great, dan fogelman. >> he's amazing.as >> jimmy: fac. >> he's amazing. >> jimmy: heeps me guessing for every episode. >> he's amazing. >> jimmy: another great season, well de, pal. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congrats on the s.a.g. award. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you won another s.a.g. award -- >> we did.fo >> jimmybest -- [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. we did. >> jimmy: ensemble. >> there we are. and we -- you know, it's our
second one in a row. and the first one -- >> jimmy: good for you, man. >> thank you. the first one we won, we were at, like, table 2, which was right next to the stage. so i felt pretty good about it. like -- we were all shocked when we won but i was like, "we're kind of close to the stage." >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. we'l we come this year, and we're at table, like, 76 all the way in the back. and i'm looking at chris sullivan and i'm like, "dude, there's no way." >> jimmy: "not our year, this one." >> and sure enough, it happened. so we got up there and got >> jimmy: it was great and it was actually a beautiful speech mandy said and i think then you -- you thanked all of your parents. >> well, yeah, bouause without parents doing the nasty, none of us would be accepting these awards. [ laughter ] i>> jimmy: yeah, all righ was something like that. yeah. yeah. but i thought that was a a gece -- are yoing any time off now that "this is us" -- >> i am, yeah. so, well, i'm working on a film right now upnada called "the exchange," where my character has to -- he's a a former hockey player. so i have to learn to skate, ice skate. and so i don't know how to ice skate.ho but i thought,hard could it be?" i see people do it allhe time >> jimmy: sure.
[ laughter ] >> just gliding around, it's like, i'm athletic. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's not th j difficult. my: yeah. >> so -- yeah. >> jimmy: but just so you're out there and you -- and you find out that it actually is very difficult. >> it's nearlynompossible. i'kidding, like -- [ laughter ] i had three hours. i had three -- i was like, "three hours?" >> jimmy: three hournois more thanh time >> like, i learned this in 30 minutes. three hours, i'm going to be great in three hours. >> jimmy: give me ten minutes i could learn how to -- >> you could have three years and nobe able to do it. [ laughter ] it's unreal. >> jimmy: thank you for doing this. you brought us in a video. here is justin learning -- >> unbelievable. yeah. >> jimmy: to ice skate. take a look at this. >> yeah. >> just the speed of that is amazing. >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is going to >> yeah.n. now, that -- >> jimmy: this is going to work. >> what you're watching there is hour three. >> jimmy: hour three. [ laughter i couldn't -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's going to be a a great movie. >> you can't move. yeah, yeah. so they have me wrapped up like bubble boy. hithey got -- they go like i get off the ice, and the director goes, "so i -- you know, i saw the video of you ating up there." and i was like, "yeah." and he's like, "so we have a a work around. [ laughter ] don't worry about it." and they pulled me on a cart, i was just, like, kind of moving.s >> jimmy: ot an ice skater any more, he's a zamboni driver. [ laughter ] >> and -- >> jimmy: he's really good t [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they made it work, right? >> they made --
i hope so, i think they made it work, yeah. i was trying to make it look like i was -- [ lauger ] and he was like, "that's not even what it looks like if you were actually -- [ laughter ] jimmy: it's like -- >> he's like, "what are you doing?" >> jimmy: speed skating, you're like -- [ laughter ] >> yeat yeah. was a good time. you could just see, like, all the color on their face. they were like, "oh --" >> jimmy: "oh, no." >> "we are scr: ed." >> jimt's going to be a a long movie. oh, no." >> "we need three years to get this guy." >> jimmy: tell us about your tt other movie, "." >> yeah, so coming out on the 12th. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and basically it's abhot this womanind of -- she's overworked. she's stressed out and she kind of gets overcome by everything that goes along with sort of du being an. and she loses touch with kind of how she's treating other anople. and so she gets ormed into -- it'silarious. she gets transformed into the -- like, sort of -- >> jimmy: body >> kid version of herself. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then kind of receives all of the stuff that's she's been getting. >> jimmy: so she's like, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she's like a a little -- like, a 13-year-old girl. >> yeah. y jimmy: but with the brain of -- h, and it's perfectly cast and this girl is amazing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it's great.im >>: and you have a good
slow-mo entrance, i will say. >> the slow-mo entrance is difficult because when someone says you're going to have atr a slow-mo ce, we're going to speed -- you know, slow it down and everything. you want -- you're like, "okay, i can do that on my own. i don't need you guys to do a a slow-mo -- [ laughter ] d then -- >> jimmy: you're like, "dude, have you seen me ice skate? hello? i mean --" [ laughter ] >> that was actually -- >> jimmy: "i'm pretty good." all right, yeah. >> "i know slow motion. perhaps you haven't seen me on the ice. hell" but, i still can't -- right aw, sitting next to you, i can't believe thatually let america see that clip. [ laughter ]my >> jno, it's the best. we love that. >> yeah, there's no taking that back. >> jimmy: no, no. >> okay, all right.st >> jimmy: at lhe good news is that no one's going take that an make it into a a gif. >> this will be one of those moments where it's like, "remember before you let people see that? [ laughter ] and then there was after you let people see that." >> jimmy: no. well, we'll see what happens in the movie. but i want to show everyone this ceap. >> >> jimmy: this is you -- this is you being introduced in the film. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: here'sustin hartley and issa rae -- oh, we love her. in the new movie "little." take a look at this. >> there's your teacher, mr. marshall. ♪ >> yeah.
>> yeah. >> i get detention. >> hi. >> hi, we are so excited to attend this school. >> this is jordan. she's feeling nervous about joining your class. >> oh, yeah. hey, listen, don't be nervous, okay? perfectly normal but don't be nervous. i'll be with you the whole time. >> promise? >> i promise. your daughter's adorable. >> oh, it's not my daughter. that's my niece. >> oh. >> and i'm april. >> april? gary. >> i'm single, but not looking, i'm not desperate. hoping and available. [ laughter and applause ] >> they're hilarious. >> jimmy: oh, that's yreat. >> yeah. >> jimmy: justin hartley, everybody! "little" is in theaters friday. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: brooks & dunn featuring midland perform for us after the break. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: get ready for this, everybod are you ready? [ cheers and applause ] turn up the volume rig now. performing their hit, "boot scootin' boogie," with midland. from their new album, "reboot." give it up for country icons, brooks & dun [ cheers and appla♪e ] ♪ ♪ out in the country st the city limits sign well there's a honky tonk near the cnty line ♪
♪ the joint starts jumpin' every night t wh sun goes down ♪ ♪ they got whiskey women music and smoke ♪ ♪ it's where all the cowboy folk go to boot scootin' ogie ♪ ♪ i've got a good job i work hard for my money when it's quittin' time i hit the door runnin' ♪ ♪ i fire up my pickup truck and let the horses runwn i go flyin' that the highway ♪ ♪ to that hideaway stuck out in the woods to do the boot scootin boogie ♪ ♪ yeah heel toe do si do come on baby let's go boot scootin' ♪ ♪ yeah cadillac blackjack baby meet me out back we're gonna boogie
♪ oh get down turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the bartender asks me sayswh so'll it be i want a shot at that redhead yonder lookin'at me ♪ ♪ the dance floors hoppin' and it's hotter than the fourth of july ♪ ♪ they got outlaws inlaws crooks and straights all out makin' it shake ♪ ♪ doin' the boot scootin' boogie ♪ ♪ heel toe do si do come on baby let's go boot scootin' ♪
♪ yeah cadillac blackjack baby meet me out back we're gonna boogie ♪ ♪ get down turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie ♪ ♪ oh heel toe do si do come on baby let's go boot scootin' ♪ ♪ yeah cadillac blackjack baby meet me out bac we're gonna boogie ♪ ♪ get down turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie ♪ ♪ i said get down turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie ♪ ♪ i said get down turn around go to town boot scootin' boogie ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: oh, man. come on. [ cheers and applause ] that is how you do it! oh, my goodness. that is how u do it, right ere. thank you so much. oh, god.ab unbeliev! thank you so much. that is how you do it, right there. thank you. brooks and dunn! midland! "boot scootin' boogie." oh, my goodness. "reboot" is out now. my thanks to chelsea handler. justin hartley. brooks and dunn. midland. bernard purdie and chuck rainey. cheers and applause ] and the roots, right there, om philadelphia, pennsylvania. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great nig t. i hosee you tomorrow. byr bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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